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  • Climbers leave Everest amid regrets and tensions among Sherpas

    Climbers leave Everest amid regrets and tensions among Sherpas

    Climbers who had hoped to reach the summit of Mount Everest have instead begun the long journey home: a teenager with epilepsy who wanted to inspire others like himself; a banker who quit his job, sold his apartment and used up most of his savings to...

  • Wrong guesses about North Korea leave US struggling to adjust

    Wrong guesses about North Korea leave US struggling to adjust

    Almost everything U.S. intelligence agencies and North Korea-watchers thought they understood two years ago about Kim Jong Un, the North's young leader, turns out to have been wrong.

  • Stowage and design problems officially cited in ferry disaster

    Stowage and design problems officially cited in ferry disaster

    Prosecutors on Thursday officially attributed the sinking of a South Korean ferry to an improper stowage of cargo and a loss of stability caused by a change in the vessel's design.

  • Get Cracking

    Get Cracking

    12 recipes that take the hard-boiled egg beyond easter.Now that Easter is over, it's time to stop thinking about hard-boiled eggs as something to hide and once again start thinking of them as food -- and a versatile one at that. Hard-boiled eggs are worthy both as self-contained snacks and as main i...

  • Sleeping Beauty

    Sleeping Beauty

    One of the oldest restaurants in the world, turin's fabled but faded del cambio, has been revived and returned to its former glory, only this time with great food.While del cambio, which opened in 1757, was once a go-to spot for titans and kings, it was always better known for its clientele than its...

  • The art of eating

    The art of eating

    The congenial lunchtime ritual of breaking bread with others is becoming a rarity, replaced by snacking on the go or in front of a computer. For a few artists, the midday meal is a chance to bring everyone to the table for pleasure and conversation.CAI GUO-QIANGThere is one hard and fast rule at the...

  • Just make it bloody good

    Just make it bloody good

    Don't get too cute with your Bloody MaryI didn't always like bloody marys. I blame an early childhood incident in which we coated our collie with tomato juice after a run-in with a skunk. (The juice was supposed to make the stench go away.) But my mother, who considered the viscous vermilion swill a...

  • Chocolaty goodness

    Chocolaty goodness

    Our digestive system has trouble with chocolate, which is why it may be good for us.In recent years, large-scale epidemiological studies have found that people whose diets include dark chocolate have a lower risk of heart disease than those whose diets do not. Other research has shown that chocolate...

  • Iron in red meat can damage your heart!

    Iron in red meat can damage your heart!

    Replacing red meat portions in your diet with vegetables may be a good recipe for your heart as scientists have now discovered a strong association between heme iron, found only in meat, and potentially deadly coronary heart disease.There are two forms of dietary iron: heme and non-heme. The study f...

  • Ascending to the throne of trendsetter

    Ascending to the throne of trendsetter

    Nine-month-old Prince George is already having a big effect on some fashion businesses.

  • 'You probably don't want to look in the crisper'

    'You probably don't want to look in the crisper'

    Inside the fridges of five top New York chefs.(Interviews have been Condensed and edited.)+++Kyle KnallChef, MaysvilleSignature Dish: Hay-Roasted OystersQ: What are your fridge essentials?A: There's an American-style Parmesan. It holds for a long time because it's dried, and it's great to cook with....

  • Koreans bid farewell to victims of a disaster, and even the North speaks up

    Koreans bid farewell to victims of a disaster, and even the North speaks up

    With hopes of finding more survivors of the South Korean ferry sinking all but gone, some families, as well as the nation, began bidding farewell Wednesday to the students and other victims whose bodies have been recovered. And in an unusual gesture,...

  • Indian-Americans form third largest Asian population in US

    Indian-Americans form third largest Asian population in US

    Indian-Americans numbering 3.34 million are the third largest Asian community in the US, after people from China and the Philippines, a report said.

  • Nepal tries to save season as Everest tourists depart

    Nepal tries to save season as Everest tourists depart

    A delegation of government officials from Nepal's Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation will visit the Mount Everest base camp on Thursday in an attempt to salvage the expedition season even as Sherpa mountain guides, support staff and fore...

  • Priyanka Chopra's I Can't Make You Love Me is number three on iTunes India

    Priyanka Chopra's I Can't Make You Love Me is number three on iTunes India

    It is a unique cover of the Bonnie Raitt's 1991 song that made it to Rolling Stone magazine's 500 greatest songs of all-time list.

  • FBI informant is said to guide cyberattacks abroad

    FBI informant is said to guide cyberattacks abroad

    An informant working for the FBI coordinated a 2012 campaign of hundreds of cyberattacks on foreign websites, including some operated by the governments of Iran, Syria, Brazil and Pakistan, according to documents and interviews with people involved i...

  • On white boards, in black ink, grim descriptions of ferry victims' last moments

    On white boards, in black ink, grim descriptions of ferry victims' last moments

    Descriptions written on white boards, some rendered in forensic detail, are the only evidence that many parents of the teenagers who died on South Korea's doomed ferry have of their children's fate.

  • Make them fit, please!

    Make them fit, please!

    When Dr. Ali Sadrieh, a podiatrist, started Evo Advanced Foot Surgery in Beverly Hills, Calif., 13 years ago, he thought it seemed a little vain for women to ask for surgery because their feet hurt wearing fashionable shoes.

  • Obama's first order of business in Tokyo: sushi from the master

    Obama's first order of business in Tokyo: sushi from the master

    'That's some good sushi right there,' Mr Obama said after emerging from the restaurant.

  • As Obama arrives in Asia, disasters in 4 countries complicate his mission

    As Obama arrives in Asia, disasters in 4 countries complicate his mission

    Everywhere on this trip, he will witness the lingering fallout of disasters, natural and human-made.

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